Rescuers Save 32 Animals From A Breeder Who Kept Them Locked In A House Without Food
There were more than a dozen dogs — mostly Chihuahuas, mostly extremely sick — locked inside a feces and trash filled breeder house with no food or water in sight.
Outside, more dogs were chained up. There was a with overgrown hooves, along with hens and roosters, donkeys and ponies, also in bad shape.
None had anything to eat or drink.
On Wednesday, rescuers pulled 32 animals from the breeder home, located about two hours from Nashville.
Scotlund Haisley, president of Animal Rescue Corps — which assisted the Morgan County Sheriff’s Department in the rescue, which aptly called “Operation Dire Straits,” said: